Preview: Nepal U19 vs Bahrain U19 

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After starting the tournament with a humungous win, the Nepalese U19 team are set to play against Bahrain U19 in the second match of the ACC U19 Premier Cup. In an opening clash, Nepal crushed Iran by a humungous 274 runs.

Invited to bat first, Nepal piled up 353 runs before being bowled out in 40.1 overs. Dev Khanal scored a blistering ton while Deepak Bohara and Dipak Dumre notched up half-centuries. In the second innings, Spinners were the star as the Nepalese side wrapped up Iran for a mere 79 runs.

Meanwhile, Bahrain U19 suffered a 67-run defeat against Saudi Arabia in the first match. Chasing a target of 226, Bahrain were wrapped up for 158 runs in 39.5 overs.

Nepal U19 vs Bahrain U19 details:

Date: October 15 (Sunday). 
Venue: Bayuemas Oval, Kuala Lumpur
Time: 7:15 AM (NST)
Live coverage: Asian Cricket Council (ACC) YouTube channel
Live score: You can cover the live score at

What to expect?

We can anticipate another one-sided match in favour of Nepal. The Nepalese team is a strong contender to clinch the tournament, making it challenging for a team like Bahrain to pose a formidable challenge to them.

Nepal has a balanced side in every sector. Hence we can expect a big win for Nepal.

Nepal U19 team celebrate a wicket against Iran U19 in ACC U19 Premier cup

Probable XI:

Nepal will probably continue with the winning side.

Arjun Kumal, Deepak Bohara, Aakash Tripathi, Dev Khanal (c), Dipak Dumre, Dipesh Kandel, Milan Bohara, Dipak Bohara, Subash Bhandari, Hemant Dhami, Aakash Chand,

Nepal U19 Squad: Dev Khanal (c), Dipesh Kandel, Durgesh Gupta, Hemant Dhami, Subash Bhandari, Aakash Tripathi, Arjun Kumal, Deepak Bohara, Uttam Thapa Magar, Dipak Dumre, Aakash Chand, Bishal KC, Milan Bohara, Dipak Bohara.

Nepal’s next fixture: vs Saudi Arabia (19 October) at YSD UKM Oval

Players to watch:

Arjun Kumal: Nepal’s opening batter Arjun Kumal was dismissed for a golden duck in the previous match. He will look to bounce back with a good inning.

Dev Khanal: Nepal’s captain, Dev Khanal, scored a century in the last game. Given his prior experience with the senior team and wealth of cricketing knowledge, Dev may well deliver another substantial innings if Nepal gets the chance to bat first.

Dipesh Kandel: The left-arm orthodox bowler has been a consistent performer for the Nepalese youth side. He picked up three wickets with an economy of under one so, Kandel can be a big threat for Bahrain alongside his spinning partner Subash Bhandari.

cricnepal Staff
cricnepal Staff
cricnepal Staff writes the news on National and International cricket.



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